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Kenya To Take Precautions As Uganda Make The Following Announcements.

The entire east Africa countries are facing with a challenge of health due to Covid-19 pandemic.

The Uganda president Yoweri Museven has ordered the closure of schools to prevent further spread of Covid-19 pandemic.

According to the report, there is anything increase in Covid-19 infections.

Therefore, president Yoweri Museven has ordered schools to close today Monday 7th June. Schools will remain closed for the next six weeks.

In addition, most gatherings, weddings are banned. Funerals to be added by small group of people.

The current situation is worrying as hospitals have been overwhelmed as all intensive care and high dependency beds are occupied, threatening to collapse the fragile healthcare system.

President Yoweri Museven further explained that the East African countries have recorded as many severe and critical cases of covid-19. Especially Uganda.

As this happen in Uganda, Kenya is still recording new cases of covid-19 pandemic.

To my opinion, kenya should take precautions so that we may not found ourselves in the same situation.

Especially, after the experts predicted that there will be an increase of covid-19 cases during the cold seasons which is June and July.

Therefore, kenyans should learn what Uganda is passing through. All kenyans are urged to continue observing Covid-19 protocols.

In addition, interior CS Dr. Matiang'i extended curfew, let all kenyans to observe it.

By doing so, the country will not found itself in deillema which may lead to lockdown or closure of learning institutions or schools.

The Covid-19 pandemic affected the school calendars. Therefore, to prevent further negative effect to our children, then let all kenyans say " no more increase Covid-19 infections."

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